BRSD April 26 Race Results
Big River Sand Drags in Bonne Terre, MO held their season opener April 26. They had a total of 74 entries for the first race under the new ownership of James and Mel Merseal. We’re looking forward to hearing more from BRSD in 2008, and possibly presenting NSDN Daily Coverage from their Open 4X4 Nationals in June. Read on for the results from their season opener.
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NSDA Primm Apr '08 Photo Extra
NSDN Daily Race Coverage - Primm Apr '08
The NSDA Terrible’s Primm Valley Resorts Spring Nationals concluded on Sunday after four days of non-stop racing action with over 450 entries taking part in one of the largest events ever seen in sand drag racing history. Scott Whipple was the man to beat in Top Fuel defeating Dennis Rieck in the final round with a great 2.335/163mph. 2007 NSDA Top Alcohol class champion Shane Sanford found his way back to the winner’s circle taking home the race win over Mike DeNunzio in the final round. Jeff Mamer made it back-to-back wins in Primm winning a double breakout decision over Billy Morris. Read on for full results from Primm.
Editor's Notes | Apr '08
April is a big month for sand drag racing with typically the second biggest west coast sand drag race of the year in the NSDA Terrible’s Primm Valley Resorts Spring Nationals in Primm, NV. This race normally brings in racers from across the country to battle it out for the race wins. Also at stake are the current Top Fuel and Top Alcohol records held by Dennis Rieck and Dan Allen respectively. The surface in Primm has been known to see record setting E.T.’s, in particularly the fall of 2007 when Dennis Rieck lowered the current Top Fuel World Record to 2.327. At the last NSDA event in Yuma, both Rieck and Scott Whipple were able to get one leg of the record but were unable to back it up. It should be interesting to see who comes away with the record after Primm.
NSDA Yuma Mar '08 Race Recap
The Cocopah Casino in Yuma, AZ hosted the third event of NSDA’s 2008 Season March 14-16. This event was highly anticipated as records had been eclipsed at the January race, and the question was would March be the same. The forecast was for warm temperatures and sun on Friday with increasing clouds and cooler weather rolling into the Yuma area as the weekend wore on. The meteorologists were actually right for once as the forecast was correct and cooler conditions throughout the weekend brought for some fast elimination action on Sunday. Continue on to see how the race played out class by class.